fbpx

Tag

addiction recovery
Stress management for Veteran Drug Addiction

Finding an Outlet for Stress

Due to the tremendous stress of war, long work hours, and other causes, the military is infamous for substance misuse and usage. According to studies, military personnel who have fought in Iraq or Afghanistan and have been exposed to battle are at risk for Veteran drug addiction, which includes increased alcohol use, binge and heavy...
Read More
Military woman in Residential Rehab Treatment

Do I Need Partial or Full Hospitalization

Is residential rehab treatment right for you?  Do things appear to be getting out of hand after returning from the battlefield? Do you get a feeling something isn’t quite right with your mental health? Behavioral health illnesses have a tendency to fog things up, so you may not realize you’re acting differently until friends or...
Read More
Detox for Veterans

How to Recognize if a Loved One Is Living with PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health illness brought on by witnessing or experiencing a traumatic event. Many people believe that PTSD affects just war veterans. However, it can also emerge as a result of other stressful circumstances. PTSD frequently leads to substance abuse, necessitating rehab, starting with detox for Veterans. Veterans and active-duty military people...
Read More
Addiction Recovery for Veterans therapy with psychiatrist

Quitting Cold Turkey Versus Joining a Detox Program

When a war hero struggles with drug addiction and decides to stop using their preferred substances, their initial inclination may be to avoid addiction recovery for Veterans or join a detox program – because they believe they can handle it on their own, sometimes known as quitting cold turkey. They may make this decision for...
Read More
Silhouette of man jogging to Residential Rehab Treatment a

Calming Activities to Do When You’re Feeling Stressed

Going through drug or alcohol residential rehab treatment is a huge step in your life, and that can leave you physically, emotionally, and spiritually drained. The mind and body are intimately linked, and how one feels has a significant impact on the other. A calm mind can aid in the rehabilitation of your body and...
Read More
Addiction Help for Veterans

Effects of Psychological Dependency

Do you know someone who suffers from alcohol dependency? About half of adults in the United States consume alcohol on a regular basis. With 6.6 percent of the adult population belonging to the criteria for alcohol use disorder, it’s fair to be concerned about patients who drink excessively. Thankfully, there are treatment facilities that offer addiction...
Read More
Man practicing breathing exercises at Florida Veteran Rehab

Breathing Exercises for Stress Relief

How many times have you been told to “take a deep breath” every time you get stressed out? Deep breathing has probably helped you feel more relaxed and restore your composure at some point in your life. Controlling your breathing, regardless of the reason, can be beneficial in a variety of ways. This can be a great...
Read More
Closeup of a man drinking Veteran Alcoholism

What Effect Does Alcohol Have on PTSD Symptoms?

November is Veterans’ Month, and Heroes’ Mile wants to honor the lives of our veterans while also recognizing the mental health challenges that many current and former military members endure. Veterans have unique mental health requirements. Many had personal experiences with conflict and horrendous brutality while serving in the armed forces, making them prone to veteran alcoholism and substance misuse, exacerbated by...
Read More
Veteran Addiction Recovery sign

Are You Sober Curious?

Have you ever heard of the term “sober curious”? Elective sobriety, commonly known as sober curiosity, is a new growing trend in alcohol use that you may have heard about. This movement includes people who choose to not misuse alcohol for personal or wellness reasons. The state of being sober curious may also be helpful when you’re aiming for a full-time or long-term commitment and...
Read More
spouse support during Veteran Substance Abuse Treatment

What Should You Do If Your Significant Other Relapses

Recovery from addiction is a lifelong process that can be fraught with setbacks and blunders. You’re probably all too familiar with this concept if your partner was in a Veteran substance abuse treatment program. As you shared those highs and lows with them, your relationship may have felt like an emotional rollercoaster ride at times.   Follow these...
Read More
1 2 3

Insurance Heroes' Mile DeLandInsurance Heroes' Mile DeLandInsurance Heroes' Mile DeLandInsurance Heroes' Mile DeLandInsurance Heroes' Mile DeLandInsurance Heroes' Mile DeLandInsurance Heroes' Mile DeLandInsurance Heroes' Mile DeLandInsurance Heroes' Mile DeLandInsurance Heroes' Mile DeLandInsurance Heroes' Mile DeLand

We are still accepting patients
Increased precautions we're taking in response to the coronavirus
Read More ->
+
Call Now
Directions